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‘I Love You, Beth Cooper’ Inspires Hatred For the High School Genre

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CHICAGO – In what could be the worst mainstream release of the summer, “I Love You, Beth Cooper” wastes talent, production values and ultimately time in a cliché-ridden mess that produces little or no real love.

What begins as a promising premise – the nerdy high school valedictorian, Denis (played by a dull, smirking Paul Rust), breaks bad at his graduation speech and proclaims his love for unattainable cheerleader Beth Cooper (Hayden Panettiere, who also plays the cheerleader on TV’s “Heroes”) – devolves into humorless story impossibilities.

‘I Love You Beth Cooper’ opens everywhere Friday, July 10th, and stars Paul Rust, Hayden Panettiere, Jack Carpenter and Alan Ruck, directed by Chris Columbus. Check local theaters for showtimes.

StarContinue reading for Patrick McDonald’s full “I Love You, Beth Cooper” review.

The Gang’s All Here: Left to Right – Paul Rust, Lauren Storm, Hayden Panettiere, Jack Carpenter and Lauren Landon in ‘I Love You, Beth Cooper’
The Gang’s All Here: Left to Right – Paul Rust, Lauren Storm, Hayden Panettiere, Jack Carpenter and Lauren Landon in ‘I Love You, Beth Cooper’
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Re: ‘I Love You, Beth Cooper’ Inspires Hatred for the High Schoo

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